Tomorrow on August 14th Radio Channel 292 will air some special programs in remembrance of the close down of the Offshore Stations off the English coast On 3955, 6070 and 9670 kHz
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New shortwave radio station Radio Classic Sunday 5940 KHZ will look back on the offshore radiostations of that time on 30-08-2020 from 09:00 to 12:00. Music from that time and many jingles from that time. Caroline, Mi Amigo, Laser 558, Radio Veronica, voice of Peace and many more will be featured that morning. Disc jockeys Mart Walther, Rene van Elst and Jan Staphorst are the initiators behind this opportunity radio station.
The broadcast will be broadcast all over Europe via shortwave on 5940 KHZ AM. The broadcasts will later be available on the internet. Would you like to respond now or request a special radio tune, record? mail to request email@example.com
More info https://www.radioclassicsunday.nl/
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OFFSHORE ECHOS MAGAZINE – RONAN O’RAHILLY TRIBUTE
The 200th edition of OFFSHORE ECHOS MAGAZINE will be entirely devoted to the figurehead of Radio Caroline - Ronan O'Rahilly.
OEM 200 features interviews with Ronan, numerous pictures, news reports, as well as anecdotes and tributes from family, friends and colleagues including Georgie Fame, Roisin O’Rahilly, Tony Blackburn, Emperor Rosko, Fred Bolland, Peter Chicago, Rob Eden, Mike Hagler, Ronnie Jones, Johnny Lewis, Paul McKenna, Colin Nicol, Peter Philips and many more. All over 60 pages, dedicated to the man who changed the face of the radio world in Europe.
If you are not a subscribers, but would like to receive this special magazine, please order as soon as possible from www.offshoreechos.com. The price - including postage - of this special issue is £12 for the United Kingdom or €12 for continental Europe.
Visit www.offshoreechos.com or write to Offshore Echo’s, PO Box 1514, London W7 2LL, England, with cheque payable to Offshore Echo’s.
Offshore Echo’s magazine no. 200 is due out in mid-June.
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How an early offshore radio station ended up in Hawaii in 1931
by Jan van Heeren